point of error

Definition of "point of error"
  1. A claim made by a party that a decision, ruling, or verdict given by a trial court is against the evidence or law
How to use "point of error" in a sentence
  1. The defendant raised a point of error, arguing that the verdict was not supported by the evidence presented in the trial.
  2. In the appeal, the plaintiff identified a point of error regarding the interpretation of the law in the initial trial.
  3. Upon reviewing the trial court's decision, the attorney found a potential point of error related to the court's application of the law.

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